No. of International students:

4 lakhs-5 lakhs

Average Flight Expenses:


Cost Of Living (Approx)

1350 GBP


Pound Sterling

Average Flight hours:

15 hrs with one-stop


0°C - 30°C (Clear and Sunny)

Globally Certified Universities

The United Kingdom has some of the world's best and oldest universities like Oxford, Cambridge, Manchester, and more. The UK has 4 out of the top 10 Universities in the world.

Work While Study

The United Kingdom allows student visas to work up to 20 hours per week part-time. Also, you can work full-time for 40 hours per week during your breaks. So you can get experience in your field and support your living.

Internationally Recognised Courses

A degree from the UK has a special impact and it is widely recognized around the globe so that you can work at your desired place, which makes it a good preferable study destination.

Post-Study Work Visa

If you have completed your UG or PG course you can apply for 2 years of work visa and 3-year stay back if you are a Doctoral Ph.D.

Financial Benefits

The UK government offers hundreds of scholarships and additional financial support to students from India. And every University has different policies and offerings, which you can check out on our website.

Shorter Course Duration

In the UK, you can typically complete a degree quicker than in Canada or the US. You can complete an undergraduate degree in 3 years if you study full time and a master’s degree in 1 year. Completing your degree in a shorter period is beneficial in all terms of money and time-saving.

Health Benefits

International students have access to free medical treatment while studying through the National Health Service (NHS). A small International Health Surcharge must be paid in order to receive this benefit (IHS).

Dazzling Culture

The UK is diverse, filled with a vibrant mix of different cultures, food, and things to do. Every city is full of shops, markets, restaurants, nightlife, and more!

Best Place To Learn English

English is the most spoken language in the world and plays a really important role in anyone’s professional life. What better location to practice it than its birthplace?

Some Most Famous Cities In The World

London, Manchester, Sheffield, Cardiff, Birmingham, Glasgow, etc. from bustling cities to the scenic countryside the UK has all that and always more to offer.

  • Indian restaurants in the U.K. are a random thing. It is estimated that there are more Indian restaurants in London than in Indian urban centers like New Delhi or Mumbai.

  • All horses in the U.K. must possess a passport.

  • Tea is by far the most famous drink among Britishers. It is estimated that they drink approx 165 million cups of tea every day.

  • The typical food of the U.K. is roasted beef and Yorkshire beef, but the British have voted Chicken Tikka as their national dish. Although, Chicken Tikka is originally an Indian recipe.

  • London has the largest library in the world.

Which English language tests are accepted by British institutions?

IELTS for UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI) is the most preferred English language proficiency test accepted by almost all institutions in the UK and is also advised as per the UK visa rules. However, globally, UK institutions are open to accepting other proficiency tests as well (do check the official website of your preferred institution for the same).

Are UK qualifications recognized worldwide?

Yes, degrees from UK institutions are accepted worldwide and known for their quality of education.

What happens during Freshers' Week?

In the UK, the term 'fresher' refers to a new undergraduate student. Freshers' Week is held at the start of the year to welcome the new intake of e students. It involves mixers, fairs, gigs, comedy nights, and all kinds of activities across the campus.

Do students tend to work part-time during their studies?

Yes. Many students at universities in the UK have part-time student jobs, typically in hospitality, academic tutoring, or for their student union. If you are international, there may be restrictions on the total number of hours you are allowed to work. There should be a sticker on your passport indicating the exact number (usually 10 or 20 hours).

What are the living costs while studying in the UK?

The living cost in the UK is approximately

  • 500 GBP monthly for the house
  • 150-200 GBP for transportation
  • 150-200 GBP for food

(GBP is an abbreviation for British Pound Sterling)

Is a medical test required for a UK student visa?

Yes, it is required. Only UK government-certified hospitals certifications are valid.

Cost of Living in the UK for International Students
Fees for Visa Application 348 GBP (INR 35,834)
Housing 500 GBP (INR 51,486) monthly
Transportation 150-200 GBP (INR 15,445 to INR 19,844) monthly
Food 150-200 GBP (INR 14,883 to INR 20,594) monthly
Clothing and Leisure 50 GBP (INR 5,148) monthly
Telephone and Mobile 50 GBP (INR 5,148) monthly
Tuition Fees
Undergraduate program GBP 7,000 to GBP 20,000 (INR 6,80,450 - 19,44,464)
Postgraduate program GBP 10,000 to GBP 25,000 (INR 9,72,063 - 24,30,350)
Doctoral program GBP 15,000 to GBP 30,000 (INR 14,58,210 - 29,16,420)